European Metropolitan Housing Markets

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Ake E. Andersson, Lars Pettersson, Ulf Strömquist
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 28, 2007 - Business & Economics - 363 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive analysis of housing theory and policy with a focus on metropolitan regions. The results are based on case studies of twelve European metropolitan regions, including expert panels organized in each. Using an approach from the field of industrial economics, the analysis is divided into the three related stages, "structure", "conduct" and "performance."

 

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Contents

European Housing Markets An Overview
1
An Analysis of the Housing Market in Greater Brussels
27
Metropolitan Housing Markets The Case of Helsinki
63
Housing Markets and Policies in the Munich Metropolitan Area
85
Recovery and Change Glasgows Housing 19912001
121
The Housing Market in Zurichs Urban Agglomeration
144
The Amsterdam Metropolitan Housing Market How a Prosperous Metropolitan Area Coexists with a Central City Dominated by Social Rental Housin...
165
The Oslo Metropolitan Housing Market
189
Housing in Vienna
241
Housing Market and Housing Policy in Hamburg Evidence and Prospects
268
Housing Market and Housing Policy in Copenhagen
297
The Stockholm Housing Market
323
Figures
341
Tables
346
Contributors
351
Index
354

The Milan Housing Market
213

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